Globalization and its Impact on the Indigenous People of Society.

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In her book, “Globalization and Human Rights,” Alison Brysk states that, “Globalization— the growing interpenetration of states, markets, communications, and ideas across borders— is one of the leading characteristics of the contemporary world” (1). Advancements in communication, computer technology and transportation have escalated the pace of global integration and created a network of interdependent nations.

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